Special: Data Privacy Day

With the Data Privacy Day and the data privacy week, the end of January has a particular focus on protecting data.

The GDPR caused an uproar when it was implemented in 2018, but by today we see more and more countries adopting similar laws and regulations. And for a good reason, too: in our special on data privacy, read expert commentary on data privacy, but also useful knowledge about how your personal data is being used – data collection is not always evil.

Defense Against the AI Arts

The rise of generative AI products for commercial use is probably the fastest and most controversial of any technological advance in history.  Perhaps, as a

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Why it’s vital for companies to be responsible digital citizens

When companies consider the value of cybersecurity awareness training, they should be thinking about their cybersecurity responsibilities in an even more fundamental and comprehensive way.

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How UK organisations can prepare for the next wave of cybersecurity regulation

Cyber laws are changing to ensure organisations in all industries are adequately protected against cyber attacks – and UK organisations need to adapt after leaving the EU.

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Happy Anniversary GDPR: 5 years on, where do we stand?

Five years have passed since the advent of GDPR regulations. EU regulators have been picking up on violations and issuing billions of euros in penalties

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World Backup Day 2023: Advice from Industry Experts

Every year, on March 31st, World Backup Day serves as a reminder of the importance of routine backups for both individuals and organisations.

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